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Buzz Sound when plugged in

I turned the unit to off unplugged it moved it from one room to another and now the buzzer sounds when i attempt to increase the temperature.

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It may be the level sensor, as if it has tipped over. If it runs first and then the buzzer sounds, it could be that it is overheating due to poor airflow or it is near the supply register while your furnace is on. Hope this helps!

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